Six Charleston County (S.C.) school at risk in the event of an earthquake

March 1, 2010
Superintendent says district will try to move students to other campuses
From The Charleston Post & Courier: Charleston County (S.C.) school leaders effectively have condemned six school buildings after hearing engineering reports that most of the structures couldn't withstand a 5.0 or greater earthquake. School Superintendent Nancy McGinley says the district will investigate the possibility of relocating more than 1,300 students and their teachers into open buildings elsewhere in the county as soon as this summer.

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